Dallas, Texas Probate Lawyers

Last will and testamentProbate is the process of wrapping up one’s financial affairs after death. There are aspects of Texas probate law which make completing the process more straightforward than in other states. While our state has simplified the process in certain circumstances, it is still crucial to ensure that all matters are handled correctly. Proper handling helps to ensure that the process goes smoothly and that unnecessary fighting does not take place between the heirs. We service Dallas, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Denton, Fort Worth, Garland, Irving, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, and Center, Texas and are ready to assist you. Contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation.

Dallas attorneys assisting Texas residents with the probate process

The probate process begins by filing a petition with the Probate Court. The matter will then be assigned to a probate judge. During the process, all of the decedent’s assets will be collected. All of their debts will be paid to the extent possible. Any remaining assets will be divided in accordance with the decedent’s last will and testament, or if they died without a will, pursuant to Texas law. We assist with all phases of the probate process. Such matters include:

We understand that this is a tragic time and a moment of loss. Once retained we will quickly work to file the petition as soon as possible and get the executor or other appropriate personal representative appointed. We will quickly identify what records are required and will work to resolve the process in as time efficient a manner as possible. We will stay in regular communication with you throughout the process and promptly return phone calls and emails. We have been recognized for the high level of service we provide and we take great pride in treating our clients with the respect they deserve. Our Dallas attorneys handle probate matters throughout the state of Texas and are ready to assist you. Contact us today to speak with a lawyer.

Compassionate attorneys taking a team-based approach to Texas probate cases

Our lawyers take a team-based approach to all our cases and this serves to ensure that no stone goes unturned in protecting your interests. Price L. Johnson is a certified public accountant as well as an attorney; this background provides him with analytical skills that are of value in Texas probate cases. We make probate our business so you can focus on the business of living your life and caring for family.

We also assist with other, more unfortunate areas which sometimes arise during a Texas probate. These areas include disputes over a last will and testament, disputes over how an estate should be handled during probate, as well as matters involving breaches of fiduciary duty.